isocyanide

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isocyanide

(ˌaɪsəʊˈsaɪəˌnaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of isocyanic acid. Also called: carbylamine or isonitrile
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The topics include chiral non-racemic isocyanides, Ugi and Passerine reactions with carboxylic acid surrogates, multiple multi-component reactions with isocyanides, the synthesis of pyrroles and their derivatives from isocyanides, and carbene complexes derived from metal-bound isocyanides.
Isocyanide chemistry; applications in synthesis and material science.
Afterwards, the nanoparticles were employed to act as catalytic agents for the synthesis of isocoumarin derivatives from 2-formylbenzoic acid, isocyanides, and second order amines (dibenzylamine and isopropyl amine) under solvent-free conditions.
He informed that one of the worst of such accidents occurred in Bhopal, India, in 1984, where leaking methyl isocyanides killed 2,000 people.
The chemistry of the isocyanides began in 1859 when Lieke had prepared allyl isocyanide as the first isocyanide [1].